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Your search in the category "Music and Theater" returned 540 results in 27 pages.

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Songs of Maryland: A Centennial Edition. College Park, MD: University of Maryland, 2009.

“Baltimore Opera to Liquidate.” Opera, 60 (May 2009): 535.

“Dennis’s Advice to Admiral Cockburn.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 107 (Spring 2012): 56-57.
Category: Music and Theater

“John Atlas and Peter Dreier Respond.” Dissent, 55 (Summer 2008): 86-88.
Category: Music and Theater

“Last Drive-In Theater.” Glades Star, 10 (September 2003): 106.
Category: Music and Theater

“Maryland in the Movies.” Maryland Life, 5 (September/October 2009): 14-15.
Category: Music and Theater

“Maryland Public Television Highlights Prince George’s County.” News and Notes of the Prince George’s County Historical Society, 42 (January-February 2013): 7.

“Maryland, My Maryland: The Story Behind its Creation.” Shoreline, 19 (December 2012): 17-19.
Category: Music and Theater

“Notley Hall—DC’s First African American Amusement Park.” Friends of Preservation Newsletter, 23 (Fall 2007): 6.

“The 20th Century is History—Movie Theater Memories.” Cecil Historical Journal, 6 (Fall 2006): 12-17.

“The Documents: Key’s ‘Real’ Star-Spangled Banner.” Journal of the War of 1812, 13 (Summer 2010): 14-15.

“The Noel Obenshain Organ.” Glades Star, 10 (June 2003): 50-53.
Category: Music and Theater

Abel, E. Lawrence. Singing in the New Nation: How Music Shaped the Confederacy, 1861-1865. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2000. Durgin, Teddy. "The Bay as Backdrop." Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 30 (March 2001): 18.

Abel, E. Lawrence. Singing the New Nation: How Music Shaped the Confederacy, 1861-1865. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2000.
Annotations / Notes: An in-depth look at every aspect of music during the Civil War, as it pertains to the southern cause. Although not focused on any particular state, there are important Maryland connections, for example the background and impact of "Maryland, My Maryland!" Cultural and political context are this author's strong suits, as he describes band music, songs of the common soldiers, parlor music of the day, and theatrical offerings.

Achenbach, Sarah. “Polka Time.” Chesapeake Life, (October 2006): 150-51, 176.
Category: Music and Theater

Achenback, Sarah. “A Night at the Drive-In.” Chesapeake Life, 10 (July/August 2004): 78-83.
Category: Music and Theater

Adler, Larry. It Ain't Necessarily So. New York: Grove Press, 1987.
Annotations / Notes: Autobiography of a Baltimore-born musician.

Alexander, Douglas, II. "Stendhal and Violence on the Baltimore Stage." Maryland Historical Magazine 66 (1971): 68-72.

Alexander, Sherman G. “Men of Annapolis: Good Show?” Naval History, 16 (April 2002): 31-35.
Category: Music and Theater